Strewn all over Metro Manila are simple little nuggets of pleasure that can potentially alleviate the stress of living in the city. They come in many forms; perhaps a tiny hole-in-the-wall restaurant that serves the best cannoli in town; a spa to beat all the body’s aches and pains; a pet café in which to snuggle with fur friends; or that singularly delectable snack that makes you forget your name at first bite. Though its name, is one you will always remember. Ta da! – The Golden Duck.
The Golden Duck is actually that delightful yummy salted egg yolk snack that comes straight from Singapore. Each pack of crisps that comes out of its magical kitchens has been crafted by experienced hands, under the masterful eyes of artisan chefs, using only the finest ingredients available in the market.
The Golden Duck’s range of unique Asian heritage snacks are based on taste-profiles usually found on Chinese banquet tables in the finest kitchens across Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. This top quality can be tasted once a delicious pack of The Golden Duck is torn open with great anticipation.
Expectations are met through the use of top-of-the-line ingredients in its line of gourmet snacks and products. As if this isn’t enough, The Golden Duck also comes in Potato Chips and Fish variants.
Now, where, you may ask, can you find those Golden Ducks? Actually, it’s not really that difficult to find them. Because while they come out at pocket stores for special events, they have regular roosts in malls and supermarkets all over Metro Manila.
The Golden Duck Salted Egg Crisps are available at U.P. Town Center, Greenhills Promenade, The Podium, Power Plant Mall, Alabang Town Center, Newport Mall, Lucky Chinatown Mall, SM Mall of Asia, Robinsons Magnolia, and S&R branches. For more information, check out: Facebook: The Golden Duck – Philippines; Instagram: @tgdphilippines. Or call: 554-0883
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